Well, for examples, you have...
-The way the Europeans/Americans treated the Native Americans
-The poverty in Africa (a child dies from starvation every three seconds)
-The crisis in Darfur
-Poverty in Haiti (only one in three children live to be above the age of three)
-Homlessness in America (especially mention the Viet Nam Veterans, and how even the strongest countries cannot take care of their own)
-And of course, the Holocaust.
You should also bring up the issue of materialism. How there are three "worlds" (formally 1st, 2nd, and 3rd world but now there are developed, developing, and undeveloped) and how in the first world, there is such a strong sense of greed and materialism and in the third there is the simple need, not even want, of food. And how there is starvation even in the first world.
You can also mention how we, as a race, are more willing to watch our own people die than allow a sick animal to perish.
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Hope I helped!
The problem is that other nations can do what they can, but if we respect the sovereignty of a nation, then we cannot intervene.
Look at Darfur. We are seemingly paralyzed to stop that
Sorry, you are on your own on this one.
That's a strong statement, but man's inhumanity to man has been part of the history of the ages.
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